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Amivet’s guide to completing all the export forms

As many people are only too aware, there can be a lot of paperwork involved in export, certainly with higher risk goods such as meat and dairy product...   Read more >

New Year resolutions for export success

The New Year is a great time to reflect on the past year’s exporting success, and the perfect opportunity to make plans for a successful 2018. Given...   Read more >

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

We would like to wish everyone a very merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year. 2018 will be an exciting time as we try to get out and abou...   Read more >

Hong Kong red meat export certificate update

APHA have advised of a change in the process for obtaining an export health certificate (EHC) for certain red meat products to Hong Kong. Poultry expo...   Read more >

Exporting food and animal products to China – the role of the official vet

China is the UK’s second biggest customer in terms of food and animal product exports. To export many of these products requires an EXPORT HEALTH CE...   Read more >

You may have seen our new report mentioned by @helentbbc on Newsnight. 34 days before the end of the Brexit transition serious concerns remain about readiness for export certification and vet capacity. https://twitter.com/BritishVets/status/1332465237262553090

#Brexitreality - from 1/1/21, a single vehicle of mixed retail goods (poultry, lamb, beef, venison, game, meat products, dairy, egg, composites, gelatin, honey, pet food etc) going to Spain via France for 2 customers may need over 80 health certs signed by official vets!

#Brexitreality - until we get 3rd country listing and any special guarantees applying, official vets do not yet know which #export health certificates we need to use, nor which sections we need to complete or delete. #36daystogo

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